■ FdM HOME.
ArtTlre to ToitWf Stock Br»«dern.
No lino of agriculture is more fas
cinating to ambtious young men than
J»t« rearing of pure bred live stock,
iany, however, enter into the business
without giving ' themselves that thor
ough training essential to success;
th»y drift into '«'» following their natur
t/ bent, takiDff up the more intellect
al side of the calling, and fail to drill
J»emselve» properly in tho details of
handling, feeding and managing so
fcessary to success. The best mer
aut« are those who havo grown up
the business from cash boys and
aye learned byyeurs of drudgery just
how eacb branch of the business is
conducted. 1 li<> young man the goal
of whosf ambition is to some day own
aud munage a herd of pure-breds
should oegin at once by schooling him
self i» handling and managing just
4ucu Animals as he may tint! about him
to-daj- Fecdiug calves may not ap
pear to be very elevating work, yet un
til oue can successfully feed calves he
j^pu'.d not think of taking care of
i) cr an inals. How can one leave to
crs duties which he cannot perform
jroughly and well himself? Having
rned just how a young calf should
•i fed and how it should appear when
in 1 fed, one is ready to take the next
sO( -, in the business, if rightly started
ab< youßf: animal is on the way to a
ifty yearling, and hero study is
- fitted again to make that happy do
!P ion between unprofitable overfeed-
|>s#<r and not less expensive underfeed
In studying^^o feed and handla
-too great haste d^Ul£^eJ, ncurred
because of the drudgery; it."i^J"
thing well and easily and , , -i^-^—fu^.
judgment rendered quick f W active
one must repeat the opt 'ion he is
itudying many time?. Our; |>ng stock
breeder, reading the direc »ns g'^en
by noted cattlemen, war'^ up and
feels that ho can rapidly i « to do
just as threy are doing; let t » remem
ber, however, that these nien have
many of them grown gray i their call
ing and that they started '' »s well
equipped mentally and wit as great
tmbiliou to succeed as the doling gen
iration, and only the long irocession
Of years has given these n sters the
deftness and good judgmeu lhey now
•xhibit To hope to kcquMthe same
degree of expertness in a brfi' time is
; utter folly. Reading alone' will not
make one expert. No one can al'jjp'i'
pitch a base ball successfully after hay-
Ing carefully studied the directions
bora a book. Careful, thojfgbtfnl
fading will help one greatly and uiS'-*|
•rially shorten the time enquired to
attain success, but reading must be
followed up by extended Practice.
Young men who cani/ot own full
bloods can get excellent practice 'n
handling grades. TU«y can secure
pure-bred sires—for any other syst»"'
Is absolutely iiioxcusallg at Hi;" tune —
j»d can rapidU gra('E*,up the herd
.»ith ample opportuuii*- v carefully
>bserving the value |'h »1 dood.
!23^5stii cSKvrt^^P**?*^ \dg»tn a
rorldot information inV^jj&^y™ work,
[•he youn2-iriainrtrtr^ss[-.; not im
,rove to the utmost the c:i^^ * h» maJ
.• PP «n to possess but ne2«(cts them,
longing for the time lo*s come
when he can own fT better
ones, .is not worthy of ' ;;«\|t cal1"
ing and his pretended devotion toN^^l} 011
« probably not deeply enough pla,'nted '
y> evir bear fruit, even if it has a (a OP* '
portunity. To be expert in peJ"S 1"66* !
Is ver* proper and essential, )ul one
had a thousand times better V'a Z'a his
.tudies by rendering l.imj ■*} "P"' m !
reeding, hanging and ji-alnS- * »'■" ! '
his is acquired in a fair ™Mura the.
,ther can beladded. an' *« 0"0 c, an
Met out on tie road wi f|il»ttle tear but
■ Lii i.-~,fttely crown his
that success pill ultim J
efforts. — Brtkders' QazC
V rult i:alsli ls*
If yon wiih to obtain* »tr*wborrles
mmki season from plants ? 8t this fall
Slant as ear as good pli nts can bo
With the 'pear quality d^P® nds as
much on the season in which R^ 6 "111'
is gathered and on the after trea!^ 160
m on any* other condition. \^
Most varieties of pears are mu^
finer in flavor if picked from the treeJ
■nd ripened in the house than if allow- >
ed to become fully matured on the
If when brush an-* stump heaps are
burned a large cJanMy of swale sod
-wa-u,rth are thrown on the hea^it
wll maKo- one of tho mos^j^sfaluable
fetilizera for fruits of /»J#Hiiuds.
"hauge of color ''• 4 ' u the fruit, tho
redincss of the r.talk to part from its
bxnch on gent' raising the fruit, the
ripning of -wormeateu specimens—
tlsfl ar<»' j the signs which indicate the
ptpep .f««ason of gathering peart.
'V & eenwaercial orchard st, unlike
th I jhonia ■grower, has yet important
IS w<J; '< to perferW His harvest season
V coi (ices now, and the marketing—
"P tJ fog sorting packing, shipping.,
i " treqnires hi^closest and strictest |
""'Hillance. Tte relevant rules and :
tP rilllples have be«n repeated so often
; tllftt%fe may well be excused from
•"i enU^Vrating themoace more. Second
pr* .ijruit may be shipped—it shipped
ftt •HS-wUhout your mark or name, or
l' lai" I marked" "seconds." Inferior
"lu?Mriot wanted in any market If
5^ b?Ba|&es are only followed, you will
™on id out "What's in a name."
. \s this peLjil6s4iy~Kt)out most
r-r P|.ir*" y^wiU willingly pay a
JUt* ltp' good fru t and something
9ft chai-W* producer's reputation. -
w ; Z ')\wi'Garden. ■ . '
The * Ivst* C:bicn«. n*'
' ate ,bk«#M*.Wily reaching the
■Z^ \» tl4 ahould be sold as
?iSt.\l' &shoJ should not be
V l. lV after the proper time for
4»'n»4^«»2 profit constantly
. c hi| an! is lost in time. ■ Grow
foila4 shonl^hi^a variety of 1
i-l.ev *WiretAbe;i& frequently.
• fScrileonstta^jto'-* 14-:
good food mast bo given in abundance
to stimulate their growth. Water
should be always at hand and be kepi
pure and cool. A rusty nail or se
thrown into the drinking vessel will ma
prove the water occasionally.
Then look carefully for lice and a l.
vermin. Keep the chicken house
whitewashed, use kerosene and tar
freely, and sprinkle with insect pow
der. Only by care can a brood of
chickens mature satisfactorily, but
they will repay all the care bestowed
upon them. — Maiiachmetls Plough
A good, well-trained watch-dof
earns his living on the farm.
Have plenty of fresh fruit and vege
tables always 911 the table.
Hay is one of the cheapest feeds that
can be stored on the farm.
If grass is overripe the best time t«
cut it is when the dew is on.
Cotton is lator than usual through
out the Uuited States this year.
A good milker should be able U
milk eight average cows in an hour.
Tie draft horse is one of the moat
important animals on ilio farm.
When early peas have matured &
late crop of cabbages may be raised.
Tho care of celery is an important
»Tork now, and limit not bo neglected.
Such plants as may be fed greeu to
cattle may be introduced into the silo.
The most prosperous farmer keeps
up his reading even iv the busy season.
A good time to cut srrass is betwoea
4 o'clock in the afternoon and night
If a biennial plaut is not allowed U
produce seeds it may soon be eradicat
Some of tho Eastern farmers r»si'M
now possible advantages of irrigation
Ye ir nclgnbora have rights. So
that your VSSV^» do not anno^ otl"'r4
The black knoTl^ms to jr.w.l o t
plum trees to a greater exienniwe -
usual. V ...
Protect Raines ■" far M Po9Blble
from the stings,"' mosquitos and other
Parasites a* «id t0 destroy the
grasshoppers th«t are infesting Minn*,
aota so badly.
The bars must i* carefully kept up
and fences in order or stock will learn
FK'S should not 18 confined when
growing; the time foE that if when fat
It takes years for ti<* !S to come "u<
bearing, but staaii fruits yield tLe
-SSCQOJi reason. _
The time lf§1& - when every •■us.
wants to bi^. The wise farmer Till
renieuibsr th s.
Household Hlntot*^ .
A thorough airing of the bed cUth
ing is e?seatial. 7 j
Use l'^e water or carbolic acij iuj
the d"in P'Pe* occasionally.
•pj clean willow furniture, applysa!
a .id water with a brush and dry W
oughly. | ■ / .
By wrapping the ends of beu'sf<i
slats ia newspaper the creaking^'"
be silenced. /
A little ammonia will sofiei/'»r'
water and facilitate the cieansK °*
For removing machine gre" *r:»
dipping the wash fabric in cok'-' ftter
containing soda iv solution.
When iuk has been spilled u>» ll>"
carpet, apply dry salt lmmtf*telji
renewing it as it becomes diiolored.
As a preventive ineasuro, "OB the
lated with kerosene before closing the
horse for the summer.
By inclosing the nice wool dres> in t
lr.rge cotton bag before hanging in lh«
rloset the penetrating dust is exclude*
as well as the moths.
Lye from wood ashes is a remedy
for ivy poisoning. Wash the affected
part with th:s, and iv a few momenti
bathe in warm water; wipe dry mid
lubricate with oil.
Batter pudding —Make a batter oi
three eggs, a pint of milk, a pint of
flour containing a toaspoonful of bak
ing powder, then pour it over a quart
of raspberries and bake forty minutes,
Blueberry pudding—Beat five egg*.
add a quart of sweet milk, a teaspoon
ful of salt, flour enough for a thin
batter, a heaping toaspoonful of baking
powder and a spoonful of sugar, and
the last thing a quart of c!e in berries
<oowdered with flour. Pour into a
(A^ißs d'3'l and s'eain three hours.
Soi^S^J Lich sauce.
p^^i^fry^:ll"'^'ll?—The old cran
ha«faosvet rer.aj.njn?; '"■;1" cnllar can
not )e put tf> • better DM tkao to I
nish'be acid ■ » pudding. *t»w »
pint of the fnit and sweeten t» suit
the taste. Upo. « pi at of bread cr»mbs
pour sut'Vient .oilinsr water to rntjst
en sud Vu" i« a spoonful of butt. r; ,
when it t\j eld add two eggs »M
I . _.. ...... -.ill. ...» 1.r.. 'lift I stir ii
beat we* -vini i\o ■':<■ ■•«■■ •■• — i r
the stiwed Irak] H.t i an earth
podding dsh alalf h< r
It's Hot laough fox Kirn.
I'd like to Us polar bear,
Among thticebergs prowling,
Where fr'Z-')»eas siretch everywliere
And bitter,t)nns aro howling
I'd like to hi Esquimau,
Upon au l< liM, »ir»;
I'd luuirU toeil the uorth wind Wo*
Unceaslnitbrouzb mi wlilskcrs.
He Prefred the Rope.
Murderer— you think there is
any chance of ;ny escaping the gal
Lawyer—"Oil) one chance in a hun
dred, but I thin it would be wise to
take the chance. \
••To be sure. What do you pro
••1 think I si»: plead insanity in
••And if it work 1 go to an asylum.
eh? " . 1
•'Precisely; but ifi is far preferable
to being hanged.' I
••That's where y.ul opinion and my
experience/differ. fl Us once a keep
er iv an lnraaue as>ui^ and know what
Uhjj^j>atieni» haY |> jro through.
/Guess I'll I*l '•■"■ ■'ll| off my breath
'ting fippar^lwi WLa Pon"— Axis'*
[\ Hun. t-J
LOC CABIN CR.'^'*ll *•»'''
/An , Indiana doctor htla'>- kinder
I discovered in a common \f» *or £un
me<licinal qualities have nevei** Ik-.f
been suspected, a valuable rem# or
| bowel disorders. f
There is nothingparticularlvf ranee
about this fact. /
And yet the very simplicj? ot tne
new discovery would, \v^ some,
seem to throw just doub/"" 011 its i
power. To make it one tf on to i
pour hot water over tiff*** °' the '
plant. In its pS p^ratf 1 no vast ;
chemical works and appr^ are re ' !
Js it to be wondered * slnce such
plainly prepared reme rS . are ac*
counted as of such greatlleritmtnes"
days, that such wonder 1 results at
tended our iirandmothr 13. whose teas ;
and infusions of roots ad herbs and j
baisams, have exerted 0 Sreat an in
fluence in the niainten nee of health
Certainly not! / i
The greatest piece of machinery |
strike us most by heir exceeding j
The secret of th< success of our
grandmother's regies was their
freshness and simplify. Every au
tumn found the --tie Lou Cabin
abundantly suppliA with fresh leaves,
roots, herbs and U-isams, which weie j
carefully dried ani prepared and laid
away for use. Heading to call a doc
tor because of/he expensiveiiess of
his far-made tri^i the/ immediately
save attention 10 the disease and
routed it befoi? it had sained a foot
The oil Loi/Cabin grandmother, in
cap and hit;) tucked gown, and per
chance bespectacled in rough silver,
her weary fee- encaswlin "hum made"
slips, is the ('ear sweet nurse who rises
to the view jt many a man -.d wor- .
an to-day .is the early v.?-*rs of life
are passed in retrospect.
The secrets of crand^-orl era medi
cines were raddiy be*l? '" ;6iten and
the tf/rld v?as notlp owi . m the grace
ofgof.l health, fio restore the lost
art 01 lon cabin healing has been for
years the desire of a well known phil
anthropist ID whose ancestral line
were eight "goodly physicians" of the ,
old style, men who never' saw a medi
cal college save in the woods, nor a
"medical diploma" except that in- j
scribed «O the faces of healthy and ,
long live! patients. Much time and j
money was expended in securing the ,
old fo"-iil.r, which to-day are put •
fort <£ "Log Cabin remedies,"— ■
sapwilla, hops and bucbu, cough and !
consumption, ana several others, by j
Warier, whos-e name i- famous and a ,
sta'dard for medical excellence all .
&n'' the globe. These oldest, newest •
ait, best preparations have been re- |
CffSiicQ as of such Buperexcellence
th t to-day they can be found with ,
il leading dealers. |
When Col. Ethan Alien waa mak- ,
pg history along our northern fron
tier during the revolution', Col. Seth
Warner, the fighting Sheridan of that
army, who was a skillful natural doc
tor, used many such remedies, nota
bly like the Lou Cabin extract, Barsa
parilla and cough and consumption
remedy, among the soldiers with fa
They are a noble inheritance which
we o* to-day may enjoy to the full,
as did our forefathers, and using, reap,
as did they, the harvest of a life full
of days- and full of usefulness.
A Inliorer in Minneapolis a few days Hgo
whs crushed to death by the breaking ol a
'"ipe Ride walk stone which ho was assist
Wher. Log Cabins Flourish.
I A P ,y of American gentlemen, who
had >, n c " am p; n » O nt on an island in
•.. _;,-,: i,a\"^".p--.rrr-'.iV.^i.'.!a^
summer, were turning in a sail-boat
and were yet seven miles from port
when the sun went down, and with it
the sailing breeze.
A discouraging situation, truly.
"Never mind, I can row you therein
side of two hours," said the guide who
had charge of the party, as their mar
'Why, n an, it is seven mile*, there
are four of us in this heavy boat—it't
a big job you undertake," sail one
"No matter, I have done the likes
lielore and can do it again," cheerful
ly replied the broad-shouldered Irish
man, as he stowed away the sail and
bent to the oars. He was a splend d
oarsman and the boat was soon un
der headway again.
"What would I not cive to enjoy
your health and streneth,*' remarked
"Yes, I am pretty healthy, and
though 1 am past sixty I feel as strong
as ever," replied the guide. "But on
ly three years auo I stood at death's
door, and never Ihoirght to pull an
oar acain. You see, 1 was in the
woods a'! winter, •■ losing, and I pot
into the water o:>e day and caught
cold. It r-ttiloil on my lufgs and I
had a bail Dough v iiich hung on ti.l I
ran down most to a ."la-leton."
"Call in .t physician?"
"Yes, ! v tit twenty miles through
the bush to see a doctor; be nave me
some medicine, but it didn't help me
'•Mow »Xi : in- cure efTecti'.i?"
"An old Scotch lady, who had come
wer from tin States, cave me a pep
.-ition of I a'--aiL < and herbs, which
-' said the etrlv Settlers in America
v*3; and it soon stopped my C6>u;:h
nn( , (1! me on my ffet again."
f««X ha.M but to travel alone the
froi^j- to learn Lot i asy it is to get
alomvithout doctors, and how ef
fect i.'v natural remedies which
the ol\ K randinotlitrs knew how to
prepaiV They often cure Kben the
best i.lVicirtii": fail.
Fvei>\i]otlitT- of a family knows
how couXh nnj cold? are quickly and
radicailyWdwi'.h syrups and teas
mH(lei!OiiVi!i aillS!Ui j herbs which
"giam]niot\ r . tuu-lit us how to
Warier* HCalnt, couj;h and con
sumptson renAy. Was ftl(er on | in .
vestii;atioiii»V, lv . n)ei . it 3 an d com-
VRrison wit i ot,. o , (] tJme V)lvpara .
tionp, erfecl.Sin them e causs i;
prov.ri to Pe-^ery best of thtm
all. Itliasbro*X b * cktheros(lsto
many a icK,, k _, t , r e is "o
known remedy t.., ]it h^ for
roughs and coUJs. I
Tl.e,ocia;i ß f, ojv Y k
to «he fie!.) «'t iul. •M,onA., tate al ' lli „,„.
nicipal ticket. - \
To-day %J^p.tann Yesterday
has gone.* JO-% O w nt, er cor ,, s.
Take care of yonrjoug,, to^v by us
ing Warner s «*Cabin Ctigh'and
ConfcunirtiOQKenn y It i s aV re cure
then. - kj*•*, ' >§CO.
The church, Ventura to'h>w H f, ,
the sentiment at Washington &'*,
if .h., <*»« dealing with the Indv> n
j than they did before the visit of the
Sioux chiefs to Washington, ■■■-.■. : ,.._ t)le
Pioneer Pres?. Those who counsel
any hitnre attemp; at negotiation
nlon,-theold lines are incuraole. The
bare proposition is this: shall the
vast domain now allotted to the
Sicux li.diana remain forever untilled
and uninhabited, a barrier to progress
nml n '.:.>eiess encuinbranceto itsnom- j
inal possessor" or v. t:1! tnrtjci*vir pro- i
ceed authoritatively to open it on
teller that are jusc and fair to the
parties most interested? Thete is no
It was perfectly obvious, during the
session of the commission at the Bey
era! agencies, that a few* inllueiiti.il
chiefs had the matter in* their own
hands, and that they intended to play
it. for all that it was worth. They
had no idea, from the beginning, of
permitting the ratification of an agree
ment deemed satisfactory by all
people familiar with the case, includ
ing the best friends of the Indian.
They were pledged to make the treaty
fail. But they are no more averse to
the delights of travel than their civil
ized brothers, and they succeeded in
getting a trip to Washington. Once
there they pursued the same tactics.
They had decided .to make demands
which the government could not
grant; and the more palaver there
was about it, the longer they could
spin out the discussion in true Indian
style, the more leisure for sight-seeing.
Brought up with a quck turn by the
secretary of the interior, they were
obliged to submit their demands, and
the case was dismissed.
This is exactly what must happen
so long as the government proceeds I
upon the impractical and utterly
-absurd assumption that it is treating
with equals. it does not have to do
with the Sioux as a whole, but with
a clique of chiefs whom the tribes dare
not disobey. These chiefs do not
want any arrangement. They do not
propose to encourage any advance
toward civilization that includes work
as one of its conditions. They are
prepared to meet with fresh demands,
each more preposterous than its
predecessor, every proposition that
may be made to them. Let congress
face the situation. Time is no more
sense in the "treaty" form of proceed
ing than there would be in submitting
each law to a vote of the parties in
terested before it rhould be put on
passage. There is less; because there
at least individual differences of opin- *
ion would have fair eight, while here
a few men, obstinately opposed to
anything that leads toward civiliza
tion," hare the decision entirely in
All that remains to decide is wheth
er a knot of barbarians, of whom Sit
ting Bull, proud of his murderous rec-
ord, is the leading spirit, shall be per- j
nut-it.; to veto forever the introduc- i
tion of civilized methods of living
among the Indians and the develop
merit of a territory of immense re
sources. There is but one thing to be
done. Let congress pass at its next
session, a bill to open the Sioux reser
vation on such terms as the most, de
voted champions of Indian rights
shall concede to be not only fair but
liberal. Then let that law go into
force, without any farcical attempt to ]
secure, from tli.e Indians, a form of I
consent which, wii^lher conceded or j
refused, means Absolutely nothing as
an indication of opinion either intelli
gent or free.
New Rail Road In Utah.
The articles of association of the
Summit County Railway and Trans
portation company have been filed at
Salt Lake City, and a certificate issu- j
et..--The company is formed to build j
a railway in T!V)trrWi^£2iitity, It •• h.
which is to begin at Coalvifieaßit-Uinj^
into the southwest coiner of Wyoming ,
Territory. The actual cost of con- I
structine the road, together with all !
appurtenances, is estimated at $800,- !
000, and the capital stock of the cor
poration is placed at $1,000,000.
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- ,<l money by !..-t-i>ffice Money Order, Express Mom y Oriii, Hi.. f^V Kcghl ercd r.etier. j' _~%^^^^^^nMoP^^oio^i^
Cir Specimen Copies and Colored A.in.Miner n...i^*fi«!'. /'/«f ■> ■v.^i^ii—-*»V -.•,» ;•::,-, |^X 'ijbjl^Ol*^^^"'-' •' 1 'li '
THE YOUTH'S. Cfl^Sefito every FU.» e||« "that m\i€ffl|sSSi^; "
.-4,,-^ .. ^ ,- f \ I great mauy abaurJ uuiW; ■ 1-' •
iff lhail j'
on the 22d inst^.,
go on the 24yJ^|^£iisai«fcrtisiK
Southern railroa* j iepi^-t\»pn of I her
the first class mf^f ■—^ j».~ht ri#/
«*. The atoleiiu A»ge consi^. " °"
registered letters^nV fie Ppo \ tlon
is that a lame amou*^. nJonev^l^u
secured by the thiefirf^ 1116"-"?? Ltdl
arrive* *> r'-icasr-'in charge \.PfKail
way -Mail Clerk etevenson, to whom it
had /-' een turned over at Cleveland. On
rea/ 'li' n » the Chicago postotTiee he im
mediately reported the robbery to In
spector Kidder. The bag had been
cut open, the thief taking the package
containing the first-.elass material on
ly, not: molesting the fourth-class
matter. This leads to the belief that
the perpetrator of the robbery was
some one connected with the postal
service. The robbery is supposed to
have been committed some time after
leaving Boston and before reaching
Cleveland. The bag was transferred
but once since leaving Boston— at Al
bany. Mail Clerk Stevenson is confi
dent that the job could n»t have been
done on his run, as none but the regu
lar men wera in the car, and none of
these approached that bag.
The little son of Frederick Maul, of Mich
igan City, Ind., was banted to death re
cently in his burning house, and Mrs. Mast
and a younger child were horribly burned.
God cives every bird its food but
does not throw it in the nest. There
is food for reflection in the thought
tnat Warner's Leg Cabin Sarsaparilla
will purify the blood, thus ensuring
good health, with which may come all
blessings. $1 for 120 doses, of all
W. C. Payne, a>)arber of Fort Dodge,
lowa, recently eloped with his hired girl,
Rose Connors, leaving a wile and child.
"Mes like trees begin to prow old at
the top." Avoid the first appearance
of growing old by keepinc the hair in a
vigorous and healthful condition by
the use of Warner's Log Cabin Hair
Tonic. Sold by all druggists.
Victor Hill, of Chester, Indiana, recently
murdered his wife an& tempted to kill
two of her relatives.
Praise not the day belore the even
in.; plow. You may praise Warner's
Log Cabin Sarsaparilla lor purifying
the blood without danger for it brings
the clow of health at once. The larg
est bottle on the market. 120 doses
for $1.00. Alhdruggista sell it.
Joba M. Dorerruß, who murdered lii»
boii at Ilackensack, N. •!., last June, has !
been sentenced to lie hanged on Wednes
day, Dec. 19.
>^sple?s>v The true American
10* fi has a warm place in
'' i^^t^«» '';S neart 'Or lIP °'''
irtjSiS&Htil Ij0" Cabin. It's not
Wl^2=m3J "English, you know,"
\^P t .,^/ 1)Llt frO" tllt! p°B Cab- •
ins of America have
: prrang men in every respect greater
than "any (roia ffie-gras4l£&Si!^2L
Europe. Warner's Log Cabin Sarsa
parilla is the best in the world.
Sfllk i^ 30 YE AR s
/ I * STANDING.
WM NO RETURN OF PAIN.
L ':% \A ' At Drugsl**l asd Dealers.
Mf^" THE CHARLES A. VOGELEft CO. |
*^jgj^ Baltimore, Mil.
J*SSri\t 'dI*E roB nroiMßTioa am AM.
*" — " B'.o^ach TrJiir; *nilng Tlnre£iom.
Tour DraggiM or General dealer M art Vent-
Cut i for you if not alrtndy in »■■'., or ii m't o*«~. I
eeni by mad on receipt o/2bcU. (5 bout $1.00) i»
itampt. Samp'e em- on receipt of 2-ceiit stamp.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO..BalUmore. Mi
Bali rropri*l»n aud ilanulaclurorn
,a» beioro she: conlu -• .'.' .^ :t'T«>s2fij
4; A dry eSoiiv bouoe was rc^-»Jv b3
at Sakmancj jf. V.. entJ^^iTT^rl.
§75,000. jDsi^Svsr^Go.oao. - '"
The lat*»t news fr^mZaitifaßdc**—*»^ijv
cable. The warriors ' h;£y3 all ntarrieitr
they desire in the future peace and happ»i
neas and enough Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
for the next season. V . ■
3 * *
The coroner's jury, in the Mud Run acci
dent near Munch Chunk, Pa., has fixed Mm
blame upon several of the employes.
in.every locality, i< one ■• Send a" 9cstami's t) mailyou
ji (trucuoua. Oklahoma Secret rvloa, Wichita, Kaa
j^pi Ely's Qream Bairn
P^^JLa"^ IS SURE TO CURE
t f£VEß^^ COLD IX HEAI>
Es*)*^?l*<w^< APP'y Bal' " intpeachnostril.
BayNyl?* U*A.I ELY CKOH-.^i Warren St, N. V .
PS Plso's Remedy for Catarrh 13 the I
I Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. Eg
Q Sold by dni^lsts or sent by mall. i\\
■ 50c. £. T. Hazeltiue, Warren, Pa.
PIGA,BREV!ER; LONG PRIMER
Old Style Pica ami Brevier, Box
of 5000 Stickers, 75 cts.
New Style, Machris & Hackers Pat
em, Pica and Long Primer, Box
10,000 Stickers, 52.50.
For sale by
Dakota Newspaper Union,
One of the best Printing and
Job Offices in Dakota, for one
half the cost, Campbell pony
press. Address. J, (', i-LUOD
GOOD. Srookings, Dakota,
If You Are Sick
JVith Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism Dyspep
da, Biliousr.ess. Blood Humors, Kidney Disease,
Constipation, Fen roubles, Fever and Ague,
Sleeplessness, Pan- .ralysis, or Nervous ITos
;ration, use Paine'i i lery Compound and be
;ured. In each of these the cause is mental or
physical overwork, anxiety, exposure or malaria,
Ate effect of which Is to weaken the nervous sys
;em, resulting in one of these diseases. Remove
:hc cacse with that great Nerve Tonic, and the
!:esclt will disappear.
Paine's Celery Compound j
JJJ3 L. Bowen. SpringfieW, Mass., vrites :—
j^^s^'^t^i^-lcry CODiiAjumi cull be exculltd as I
i Nerve TonTf^J.ll m Cli" a sinKl« bottle
lisappearea, and with ittJSt-.i^*^,^ll^ l
3( the stomach, heart ana liver, iiTTitii iir__j
tone of the system was wonderiu.iy imrigoralecr
i u-U my friends, if sick as I have been i'uiiiu's
Will Cure You I
Sold by druggists. SI; six 6jtss, Prepared only
by \', i.;.:'.', Kicuaedso.n & Co., Burlington, Vt.
For the Aged, Nervous, Debilitated.
TSSffl A DELICIOUS BISCUIT
MJcPW-ea SdOA i SALERATUS
AKI-* TAKE HO OTJS33&.
WmjSL "*' Aa i i
* shall not listen to s^jaDgiihgo ] •
f 2p_. wiilower'. A»*^«r first
I \h love hardly in bta^s. toot
Lr —Wtw w .».ia (B.i«m
LAiallKu hk v- I
yni \t biiw tri.-»*«
P3 l\/tR Orow«ine««rD.ir_: -^^
f^ I**» • ■ in the Month. Co»tedHl
I;* 3 RII I*? ToDgne.Paln In tba Ruli-df
II .IT l»iW • TOKPID LIVKR. ThejW
| BB*ag'fc?l^ 1 rrieess CenU; v
j^^^^^m^ I l'rlce 22 Centt; I
I CASTES HB9BODI CO., HEW YO2Z. I!
Small Pill. Small Dose. Smal! Price.!
Wo carry the largest Stork of FINE SHOES In th« n
Northwt-si (hhxlh font ■•. ii. D. on approval. Writ*
for i <•« !lin»!ruwil Uataloena and pri<e li-t. .-t'Hl.ll'K'
iCO..St. l'u:i Minn.
| ASTHMA cuf"
tvitJermanA»lUraut luroiifvcryati.i_»- >h...>-|j
L, uirtiia ereiiefin tue v*urs.t cahesjneun-^ ■ (mart-il
[• .abletiiiei'^'ff^tivurcwwhtroft lothi: - 'nil. id|
Li rijl'out n.r,i life mo.*: *.-*/..■.■;/ Price ->4 c. and Q
BsuWi'iti'^''*'*"" 1 ■ ■:< ruKKH
I H^f stamp. v.. it BCtIIYFMAN, Bt.Panl i: .,E
ft.* ■j-.-^m^jt—-.■■y^rm flu i' ww^iy\ j .Tfrygig^fl
iS'S?iTm AiwntstoroiiriH-wboo . "TueLile
i Hfi;l I Lll of tiES. SiII.KHUN." ais . .1 lam
numberothur fast teUiDf! books anil bilj<i *. Lib
eral term*. Esipyhkal. l'ub.llouse.St.Patii .Minp
Four Books Learnei in oSiiS
A Year's Work Done in TenJOayi.
Fritn ihaChan'nin of Exeter CWlese, and Heighten
Sj rmo Prizernt n. Oxfoni.
Coll. Ezon. O.»on . Sppt. IPBB.
I Dear Sir:—ln April, !"»'-. while tli!nlring of toklu
cr-ier-ii 'fp: mbcr 1 t>..ik!en:y recetied not:>e time
m rdinat.on eiuminatio i ■ .nl I be heM in a fort
niaht. II'; onl» t n 10) days In which t ireiara
fort •■'.• . I^hoilJ rtc lun nd ft y?atv preiara
tiou in mo ens-e of :.:i»nii' bo utterly tinprepar-.^d vi« I
was; but your -y*teni bail *o tr-"iigihi'n* j(l my natur
al memory, 11 nt. I wm< aMe to remember and giTe the
giat of -ny bojfc ifter re:riii nlti) c) I therefors
real Lightfoot, l'rjcior, Harold Browne, Jlo-heim,
Src, &C.7• nee. an \ - r<e--f.:l in »rvonenfth»
ninepu'ir-. Tfi ( res?nt Bishop of Edinbnrg knows
the I'actß. Faichiti.lv yours
(l;ev.) James Midi leton M\ci«J>titD, (M.A.i
ToPnif. A. Loigett ■. !WI if h Aye . N. Y.
PertwilT taueh' by eacemgaaSaata. Sand for pn>
D. N. U. 1888. No. 44.
Warranted to col more goods than any otb-t
dyes made, and to give more brilliant and
durable COlora. Ask lor the Diamond, and t&ka
A Dress Dyed ) _F2!L
Colored > |Q
Garments Renewed I cents.
A Child can use them!
Unequalled fo*-*ll Fancy and Art Work.
At druggists end Merchants. Pjw R--ik free,
i WELLS, RtCBABDSON i~JI., F.up:.,E.rlugV, Vt
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